10 best reviewer comments in meme: part 3

It’s that time again – time to deal with reviewer comments. A little bit of cheering up is needed! Here are my favorite reviewer comments in meme based on Sh*tmyreviewerssay. Also check out part 1 and part 2. Enjoy!

1.I found the use of the evolutionary theory problematic. This is a highly contested theory and the authors did not strongly justify their decision to use it, nor attend to some of the major flaws of the theory.

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2.The fact that something has not been studies is not, in itself, a reason why it should be studied.     

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3.What do you mean by [name of scientist]’s conception? Don’t you mean ideas? [name of scientist]’s conception took place when his mum and dad made him

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4.It reads like papers often do when they are written in LaTeX. Reject.

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5.The authors should refer to the super interesting article on this topic in Wikipedia.  

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6.To be frank, it was boring to read once one got past the beginning. This is rather ironic given the paper is about humour. 

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7.Your piece is very well written and researched. I think the is interesting, but not particularly useful. 

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8.There is a lot of terminology flung around here that is insufficiently explained. What exactly is meant, for example, by “false negative” and “false positive” rates? “median, first quartile, and third quartile”? 

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9.This interesting effort reminds one of the biblical tale of trying to extract water from a stone in the desert; from this metaphor, you may gather that we conclude that the effort did not yield useful data. 

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10. I want to vomit; I can’t believe this paper was submitted.

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